CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.
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- 2 To 6 Player Game
- 30 Minutes To Play
- The Ever Changing Zombie Card Game
- Great Party Game
- It Is A Card Game
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100 cards and a set of instructions. The cards are not plastic/linen coated, but seem fairly durable. The cards consist of six types: Goal, Action, Basic Rules, New Rule, Keeper, and Creeper. (The Creeper cards are new to the Zombie Fluxx variant of Fluxx.)
Trying to describe gameplay is difficult since one of the fun elements of the game is that the winning conditions (Goal) are unknown before the game starts. Not only this, but the rules of the game change as New Rule cards are played.
To begin, each player is dealt three cards. If a player receives a Creeper card, zombies in this variant, the zombie is immediately laid down and another card drawn to replace it.
The Basic Rules card is laid down. That card tells the players to draw a card and play a card. Any one of the cards the player has in hand can be played. Those playable cards belong to one of four types:
GOAL cards, when played, will determine the winning conditions for the game. Playing a new Goal card will eliminate the previous goal (in most cases, depending on new rules currently in force). A special Ungoal card even makes it possible for the zombies to win and all the players lose.
KEEPER cards are used to satisfy the Goal card's winning conditions. For instance, if the Goal is to have the car and the shotgun Keeper cards and a player has played those cards, that player wins.
ACTION cards tell the player to perform a particular action, such as steal a Keeper from another player or discard a hand and draw a new one.Read more ›
On the plus side, there are some great new keepers (Chainsaw, Gasoline, Sandwich, etc.) and goals, and Andy Looney had the foresight to include in the rules which cards to remove from the game if you wish to play without all the Zombies, so it plays more like regular Fluxx. If you are a fan and collector of the various versions of Fluxx, this is a worthwhile addition. However, if you are looking for a simple two-player card game, you are better served to try regular Fluxx, Eco-Fluxx or Family Fluxx.
I immediatly ordered my own copy. It came really fast! I threw the game into my purse to take it to a friends house for a game night. I introduced the game to every and we all had a blast!!! It has been in my purse ever since. There has been many occasions where it came in handy when we were looking for something to do. My friends have learned that I keep it with me, and just ask if we can play haha. A group of us even went out for dinner at a casual laidback pizza place. While we were waiting on food, we played!!!
I've said enough. Just buy yourself a copy. You wont be dissappointed =-)
What you get:
One set of rules.
One Fluxx Ad
100 Cards divided into several categories:
(15) Keepers- Cards that represent positive things, such as friends, gasoline, shotguns, etc. Most Goals require certain Keepers.
(15) Creepers- If Keepers are cards you want, Creepers are the ones you don't. They represent Zombies
(24) New Rules- The cornerstone of Fluxx. The Rules constantly change with these cards.
(23) Actions- Cards that are one time playable and resolved as soon as played.
(21) Goals- These cards are placed, one at a time, as victory conditions for the game. They constantly change.
(1) Ungoal- This particular card allows for a complete defeat of all players.
(1) Basic Rules- The first card to sit on the table. It tells players to Draw one, and play one every turn.
All of these lovely cards are contained within a box, in which they lay divided in half.
Start with each player getting 3 cards. Draw one, Play one. Easy, right? Well, kinda. Until the new rule cards come out that have you groaning like a zombie as you draw a Zombie Creeper, or drawing four cards at a time instead of one. But enough about the rules, you need to know what the goal is, right? Well the goal changes just as often as the rules. If you thought that an outbreak of Zombies is a thing of chaos, just wait until the ever-changing rules and goals of Zombie Fluxx get you.
There is a Flame-Thrower expansion for this deck, as well as Promo packs to help expand your addiction.
In conclusion: I recommend Zombie Fluxx for both gamers, and non-gamers alike. We use it as a diversion from more serious games, or as a closer for the night.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I enjoy how the fluxx games are easy to learn and how the rules may be constantly changing, I was able to teach a 8 year old the game in like 5 minutes, and I kept losing... Read morePublished 4 days ago by enola
Got this for my parents, and they love it. The rules are easier than some of the other Fluxx games.
I would recommend it for an easy Zombie themed game to play with friends or... Read more
One of the least fun Fluxx editions I have played. It gets really bogged down with zombies and rule. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Gamermomstl
We love how this game works for everyone in our family from age 8 to 42, and is just as fun whether there are two of us or six of us playing. Great party game, too. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Heather M. Head
A friend of mine turned me on to the game Fluxx and I'm a zombie enthusiast so this seemed perfect. I was not disappointed! Great for many laughs! Read morePublished 2 months ago by Diana Allen
this was not a fun game to play, however everyone is different and you may like it.Published 3 months ago by Shlomi Ben-Naim